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Islam & Terrorism

Uncovering the threat of Islamic extremism

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Since 9/11 the issue of Islamic terrorism has become a reality for the West. For Israel, it has been something they have faced for decades.

At the 2008 Feast of Tabernacles, regular speaker, Professor Moshe Sharon, tackles the issue of Islamic Jihad and the danger it poses to the West and Israel.

Click below to listen and learn more about this pressing subject.

Islamic Jihad: A Danger to the West and Israel

Prof. Moshe Sharon teaches Islamic History at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

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